Shepherd’s Welcome to the World Nursery

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This is the Welcome to the World nursery we created for our first son. We are so happy with the way it turned out, and cannot wait to bring him home!

Design Inspiration

We wanted to create a nursery that was bright and fun, and highlighted our love of traveling the world.

Decorating Style

Bright and fun!

Project Details

World Map Wallpaper: Toy's R Us

'S' Marquee Light: JunkArtGypsyz on Etsy

Bookshelf: DIY

'How Wonderful Life Is' Sign: DIY

Banners: DIY

Fishing Musical Bear: Giggle

Scripture Canvas: Hand Painted by a Friend

Texas Nail String Art: DIY by a Friend

Crocheted Blue Crib Blanket: Handmade by a Friend

Dresser: Target (Updated Drawer Pulls from Home Depot)

'Let's be Adventurers' Sign: Hobby Lobby

Rug: Walmart

Hanging Airplane Shelf: Thrifted

Crib: Purchased on Facebook and Painted White

Rocking Chair: Donated by Friend

Toy Box: Unfinished Wooden Crate from Walmart, Stained and Painted by Me

Favorite Items

My favorite item is the wooden sign that I made, hanging above the changing table/dresser. I wanted to use the quote "How wonderful life is, now you're in the world," from Elton John's "Your Song," because I've been singing that to my baby since the day I found out I was pregnant.

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